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EarthStop 500 Series

Reduces and Prevents Erosion of Fine Particles and Colloidal Clays From Water


Technologists of Soil & Turf


Liquid Form

EarthStop 500 Series Powder may be applied with hydroseeders, water trucks or other spraying devices. All spraying devices must have a mechanical agitator, mixing apparatus or hydraulic recirculation.


Caution: Do Not mix powder into a spraying device that does not contain a mixing apparatus.

Dry Form

EarthStop 500 Series Powder may be applied by hand spreader, mechanical disc, or hand sowing. Slope or ditch application may require artificial support such as straw, or wood fiber mulch to reduce down slope movement. Areas of high water velocity will require benching or tier structuring to reduce velocity. Sheet flow applications are best. EarthStop 500 Series Powder may be mixed with dry silica sand to aid in spreading. Ratios of sand to powder will vary in accordance with the type of spreading device used.

Northeast Office

157 Southbridge Rd.

North Oxford, MA 01537



Southeast Office

1551 Global Court

Sarasota, FL 34240



Erosion Eradicator

EarthStop 500 Series is a soil specific polyacrylamide co-polymer crystal for erosion control. It reduces and prevents erosion of fine particles and colloidal clays from water. Earth Stop’s effectiveness results from the length and strength of its unique polymer molecule formulation and those polymer molecules’ ability to bond with the surface materials. Its chemical structure is made of molecules attached in relatively straight-linked chains and then cross-linked among other chains or grids that may be up to 25,000,000 molecules long. EarthStop yields proprietary one-of-a-kind polymer chemistry manufactured to rigid quality standards utilized in combination with field experience in all industrial, commercial and municipal environments.

  • Mine Tailings and Waste Piles

  • Newly Cleared Construction or Building Sites

  • Road and Highway Construction

  • Hydroseeding and Water Truck Application

  • Hand Spreading and Ditch Placement

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